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(Update) Nissan Board Unlikely to Urge Saikawa to Resign

(Update) Nissan Board Unlikely to Urge Saikawa to Resign

   Tokyo, Sept. 6 (Jiji Press)--Nissan Motor Co.'s <7201> board is unlikely to urge President Hiroto Saikawa to resign over excessive stock price-linked compensation he received, informed sources said Friday.
   At a meeting slated for Monday, the board will consider disciplinary measures against Saikawa and other officials who received such improper compensation, based on the results of an in-house investigation.

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